Author Carlos Ruiz Poleo Explores the Realm of Dreams and Rebirth in New Book

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‘Reincarnation & Hyperlink’ is an interesting and revealing book that explains the mysterious events and spiritual experiences in the human world encounters.

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Everybody dreams, but most of these dreams are usually forgotten by midday the next day, while some remain in people’s minds for a longer time. Reincarnation & Hyperlink Theory by Carlos Ruiz Poleo believes that dreams are visions which have also been referred to as premonitions that can foresee any future outcome. On this time, people will sense that their surroundings are familiar and everything is connected to real life experience. This book deals with doubts and uncertainties related to human events that poses controversial questions such as: If premonitory dreams are to be taken as messages, who is sending them? Why do only some people, but not all, seem to have these experiences?

A vision-type dream on someone so far unknown to him and a series of personal experiences shatter the religious convictions of Poleo as he struggles for more than twenty years to find a logical explanation for inter-connected events and premonitory dreams. In the search for his possible connection with the man in the dream, an ex-president of the USA, he analyzed several theories and finally found one that suggest another world and the existence of one life or many others beyond this one. Straining against all that he had previously believed, he initially discounts the possibility of reincarnation but after countless discards and rejections, he finally accepts it as being the only rational explanation to the doubts presented.

In a process of past-life regression, inexplicable new evidence and memories appear which are later corroborated. However, Poleo blatantly refuses to accept these memories as being his own because there is no scientific approach to justify their existence in his mind, as there had been no regular inputs or physical recording process in the brain which could account for their presence. As a result of this, a theory forms in the author’s mind which he refers to as ‘Hyperlink’, which could offer a rational explanation for the possible access to remote memories of past lives and opens in the process a window on a world without the limits of time or space; one in which reincarnation links all.

Reincarnation & Hyperlink Theory believes that someday, spirituality and science have found common ground; so in the near future, readers should not be surprised if science would help to solve some spiritual questions which have been considered mysteries or something to be accepted by faith until now.

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About the Author
Carlos Ruiz Poleo was born in Caracas, Venezuela on December 25, 1943. He had studied Physics, Electronics, Foreign Trade and International Relations. His main activity has been as sales engineer for innovative lighting products and instruments. He has been active in Foreign Trade and international marketing. His technical background made him very skeptical about paranormal phenomena about which he conducted private research for more than thirty years. His command of six languages and constant international travelling allowed him to deeply investigate phenomena in other cultures. He also studied the Chinese art of Chi-Gong with emphasis in healing techniques. He published three books in Spanish of which this is the first one to be translated. The other two deal with defense against psychic attacks and a book about how humans are able to manipulate subtle energy.

Reincarnation & Hyperlink Theory* by Carlos Ruiz Poleo
Are We Born Again?
Publication Date: March 28, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.9; 229 pages; 978-1-4797-8826-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 229 pages; 978-1-4797-8827-9
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-8828-6

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